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Conditional Sentences Type I

In this episode we are going to talk about Conditional Sentences Type 1. We usually use it to express possibility when certain condition is fulfilled.

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Pattern

Conditional sentences type I have the following pattern :
 Sub Clause
( If Clause /Conditional Clause)
 Main Clause
If + Present Simple Tense
If + Subject + Verb I (s/es)
Future Simple
Subject + will + Verb I or Subject + Modal Verbs + Verb I or Subject + be going to + Verb I

Expressing A Real Present Possibility with Conditional Sentences Type I

Conditional Sentences type 1 is used to express a real possibility if the condition is fulfilled.
Let’s see the following examples :
  1. If you drink this, you will get drunk.
  2. If the little boy eats this chilly sauce, he will get stomach-ache.
  3. If you don’t accept it, she will be sad.
  4. Her mother will get upset if you cheat your girlfriend.

Conditional Sentences Type I Exercises

Exercise I

In this exercise you have to choose the correct word in the bracket!
  1. If you ( enter, enters, will enter ) the room, you ( see, sees, will see ) your beloved mother.
  2. I ( will hug, hug, hugs ) my mother if I ( see, sees, will see ) her this evening.
  3. My father ( will buy, buy, buys ) me a laptop if I ( get, gets, will get ) the highest score in the final exam.
  4. If he ( study, studies, will study ) hard, he ( get, gets, will get ) the highest score
  5. John ( start, starts, will start ) learning to make websites if his father ( give, gives, will give ) him a laptop.
  6. If it (rain, rains, will rain) tomorrow, I will not go outside.
  7. If you (want, wants, wanted) to speak English fluently, you should practice a lot.
  8. I (will be, am, will) broke if I don’t work.
  9. If you (see, saw, sees) him, what will you do?
  10. If I (have, had, will have) enough time, I will visit her again tonight.

Exercise II

Answer the questions. Different answers are possible.

  1. What are you going to do if it rains tomorrow?
  2. Who will you call if you need some money?
  3. What will you do if your best friend betrays you?
  4. Mention 3 things you will never do if you have a lot of money?
  5. Write 5 things you will do if you see your idol?

Answers

Exercise I

  1. If you  enter the room, you will see your beloved mother.
  2. will hug my mother if I see her this evening.
  3. My father will buy me a laptop if I get the highest score in the final exam.
  4. If he studies hard, he will get  the highest score.
  5. John  will start  learning to make websites if his father  gives  him a laptop.
  6. If it  rains  tomorrow, I will not go outside.
  7. If you want to speak English fluently, you should practice a lot.
  8. I will be  broke if I don’t work.
  9. If you see him, what will you do?
  10. If I have enough time, I will visit her again tonight.

Exercise II

Other answers are possible.

  1. I am going to play football.
  2. I will call my Mom or Dad.
  3. I will ask him/her why.
  4. I will never throw it away. I will never spend it on gambling. I will never give it to someone I hate.
  5. I will ask him/her to take pictures together. I will hug him/her. I will ask him/her her/his phone number. I will ask him/her her/his favorite food. 

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